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Jo "3J25 Hurt is New in the Slates. Splendid. Program, Rendered. .V , Deaths Picnic Fourth of July. Arrangements are being perfected for a soldiers picnic to be held here the Fourth of July. The whites will assemble at .the Fair Grounds and will be addressed by Dr. P. W. Bushong who went overseas, and has an interesting story. The colored soldiers and their friends will meet at a place of their own selection. The same speaker will address them. Every body for both gatherings are expected to bring lots of dinner. Adair County's Weunded Soldiersi T f There were two deaths in the county Last Sunday was Father's, Mother's Day at the Christian last Saturday night, Mr. ' John Wees Mrs L. B. Hurt talked to her son, and Children's SLleut, Jo Hart, last Wednesday night. church andthe large audience was Moore, who lived near Garlin, who tNa very entertaining pro- was close to 80 years old, and who had ;He had reached Camp Taylor. He treated gram. been 'an invalid for several years, cross- -, Ay Abas not f ally recovered from an oper The exercises were opened with song ed to the other side, surrounded by the vtL ation for appendicitis wmch was per by the choir, "and the Scripture read- members of his family who wer& at formed in France, and will go from 'by Eld. Z. T. Williams. This home. He was the father of Mr. D. M. Camp Taylor to the Base Hospital, ing was was followed.by solos, duets and reci- Moore, who now lives in Indiana'. He Chicago, III., where he will remain tations, all given in a most admirable was a man who had many friends. until he is able to be discharged. msnnj&rT'.'sWood Cundlff spoke most At Cane ' Valley, about the same tenderly in behalf of fathers and Miss time Mr. Penick Smith, who had been: Married at Highland Park. i Ada Neat had a well written paper in lingering for several months, to the inevitable. He was about Last Wednesday the 4th inst, at honor of mothers. fifty-siMissLoretta Dunbar, a years old and had never mar Highland Park, Jefferson county, reader, gave in a most charming man- ried. He leaves several brothers' and Hiss Louise Schwierman, a prominent young lady, and Mr. Robert ner, a- - very appropriate selection. one sister. He was a man who was high' Earl Scalf, the oldest son of Mrs. Nan- Miss Frances "jRussell, violinist, played ly respected, known to every body ia V out every note the Cane Valley section, and his death nie Scalf, who is a native of this beautifully,-Ringinsoftly and correctly. The solos by brought sorrow to all his relatives and place, were happily married at Saint The funerals of both Mr. Leo's Church, which was beautifully Mrs., Ray Montgomery and Miss La- - friends. all were higbly enjoyable. All Moore and Mr. Smith were held Sundecorated for the occasion, Thet tifca the small children rendered their day. couple will reside in Louisville. parts most delightfully. I will save you money on your wants Watch Closely. A collection for Foreign Missions . E. L. Sinclair. in Hosiery. was taken. A disease called "Take A.ll" has gotWill Burn a Brick Kiln, Closing Out Sate. ten into the wheat in some sections in suc-umb- ed well-know- The following is the list of th -- n g Illinois, and whole fields. .fc practically destroyed ? For ten day's we will sell all in Indiana. Kentucky farmers are Shoes and Slippers at half price. urged to examine their wheat. Russell & Co. It has also been found "Plants aZected with "take all," or Married. foot rot, are greatly stunted. The leaves are darker green than those on healthy plants. The stalks are brown Last Sunday morning, in front of or gray-blac- k and are often so rotted the Christian church, Miss Corinne at the base that they pull out easily. Shearer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Such plants often send up secondary Trabue Shearer, and Mr. "Dunk" shoots which may have grassllke leaves much narrower than the first set. As the disease progresses, the plants may be entirely killed out in considerable patches. Plants not so badly diseased may send up jointed stems and even produce a head. These usually become white and fall to fill out properly." Simmons, who lives at Gradyville, were joined In wedlock by Eld. Z. T. WilliamB while seated in their buggy. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for the home of the groom, carrying the best wishes of their friends. Big Road. Meeting. Good roads will be discussed ." Optometrist. at Ed' Alva Grider, B. O., Optometrist, JamestowD, Ky., office room, 19 Pat terson Bldg., Monday, Saturday and all public days. 2t monton next Saturday, June 14th. Cir cular announcing the meeting gives tHI names of speakers in Metcalfe, Barren, Hart, Adair, Cumberland 33-and Clinton who will make addresses. A writer truthfully says: Some- There will be dinner on the ground. times it is like making bricks with All people who want to know how to out straw to get items in a small get at road building, should attend community where a lack of putting this meeting them in the reporter's way is often We received an invitation to attend ncticeable. The power of the printed the Centennial celebration of Center word is unlimited and the advantages College, Danville. It is now about to of publicity of ten given freely by the close. This is one among the noted local paper to village news is worth institutions of learning in the United many dollars to its readers. It is also States, and 'many prominent men not the local items that sometime are throughoutfche country are graduates already familiar to the home readdf of this college.' There went out' from before publication that istfte be left it twenty-si- x men who became Colunrecorded, for the abseSShenes living lege Presidents, twenty-eigh- t college away from the native town thus get Professors, thirty-seve- n Congressmen, the village news andlorm a large num- eight United States Senators, ten ber of subscribers scattered all over the Governors, two Vice Presidents, one country who take thehome paper for Justice of the Supreme Court, fifty-tw- o this purpose especially. Circuit Judges, six Moderators of the General Assembly of the .PresbySee my line of Men's Pants. terian Church, five Ministers to forSinclair. eign countries, eighty-nin.editors. Lieutenant R. D. Judd, who spent last week in Columbia, displayed in Tke nicest line of Ladles' Silk Skirts and Waists at Sinclair's. the show window at Paull Drug Co., some very interesting war curiosities People who own automobiles should which he brought from Germany. In take care of them. A machine will the collection was a German rifle, a look bright for a number of years if helmet, revolver, cartridges and the dust and mud is removed after it many other articles. They were of has been used. They should often be great interest, so much so that per- gone over with soft rags and machine sons were constantly lcokfng into the polish. An auto is a vehicle that furwindow. nishes a family a great deal of pleashave the same atCorrespondents to this paper must ure, and tention as a fine piece of furniture. sign their names toall letters sent for publication. In compiling their items, , The County Court Clerkof Adair they will please leave out neighbor- county issued marriage licenses, last hood visits. They often mention vis- Saturday night, to Mr. J. E. (Doc) its, the parties living only a few hundre- Bell and Mrs. Rilda Estham. ' The d-yards apart. That is' not news ceremony was to have taken place And we do not want such items A Sunday. The groom carries the mail out afternoon "visiting so leave between this place and Creelsboro -e, We would like for the correspon- dents of this paper to send their letters so as to reach the office not later than Thursday. f - The hail last Saturday night dia to garden truck and itrissaid that some wheat in the county was damaged, but not seriously. irit. Adair circuit court begins the first . "i "Sam l$'i M ' i vijry.isuccessful M1 "'' 'iff Xoti'ia-- '" Edm'iMn He sold ten niuibia'-tals dpt-.- - ir i'ii. .(iia... u vsf pairs at from 000 ,$a457 i & prtr.'i aids wilL be- Adair county soldiers, who wera gins protracted meeting on June 11, wounded in France, as furnished by . the Council of Defense: 191$. All who are interested in salvaVelmer Aaron, Columbia. tion and the extension of Christ's Leontiff T. Akers, Columbia. kingdom are cqrdially invited to atWilliam R. Abell, Casey Creek. tend all these meetings. The tent John Allison, Coburg. will accommodate several hundred Luther Antle, Columbia. auditors' Cassius Beard, Milltown. Rev. N. A. Johnson, Dennis E. Bell, Columbia. Rev. J. W. Furkln, Walter R. Bennett, Fairplay Rev. James Menzies, Co? Brockman, Absher. Committee. Willie Brockman, Tarter. Will Get a Machine. Woman. Robert Bryant, Columbia. Will Ed Burtod, Garlin. Mr. W. A. Coffey, County Attorney, Thomas B. Caboell, Joppa. In wisdom God created man, represented Adair county at FrankAllen P. Coaover, Columbia. Decreed that he should rule the land; fort last week in the road truck draw-- , Endowed with strength and wisdom Erastos C. Curidiff, Crocus. ing, and secured one machine for this Henry C. Curry, Cane Valley. too county. Some counties drew two. Millard L. England, Columbia. He then was told what he must do. and the only county that failed to get Also Lieut. Richard Franklin, Gradyville.' grace man's home on earth to ' one was Floyd. On account of her Ernest J. Goodin, Knlfiey. Was woman made. You see' the need, action toward road building, she had Leo Harris, Saoo The woman would produce the seed no part in the drawing. They are John A. Hatfield, Neatsburg. Earth's vastnesses to populate, said to be first-clas-s machines, and Robert Henry Henson, Columbia. Thus doth the Bible plainly state, the one that is to come to Adair will The earth was then an Eden fair Welby Holmes, Garlin. evidently do good work' in bettering Clarence Klmbler, Adair county. And man and wife a happy pair. the conditions of the publicjhighways. Lafayette Mulllnix, Casey Creek. Though God in wisdom bad decreed Mr. C. R. Hutchison and Mr, A. D. Andrew Jasper Nelson, Fairplay. That man's prerogative must lead Birthday Celebration. Patteson will burn a Kiln of brick Willis E. Page, Sparksville. And that his rale should be supreme this summer. They have already . Wm. A. Pike, Dulworth. bought their wood and the yard has The first day of this monthjwas Sun The woman soon began to dream Leonard O. Prock, Parson. been partly leveled and scraped. We day and it was also the twelfth birth' Of seas on which she fain would sail Dink Rainwater, Caiey Creek. believe that it will be a paying enter day of Miss Pearl Bennett, "and the And so before her trust did quail: Luther T. Redman, Roy. prise. There Is always' a demand for event was duly celebrated on Monday Caused man to fall. Did violate Corp. Cohen Royse, Breeding. command;'unhappy fate! young Her God's following brick, and the opening of this yard following. The Montie Sneed, Gradyville. may.be the coming of several brick friends gathered at her home and a The world o'er which she'd thought Noel S. Thomas, Milltown. to reign buildings going up In Columbia. There day of enjoyment was most happily Charlie Tupman, Joppa. is already talk of one buisness house. spent, refreshment being served and Her acts had filled with death and Joseph E. Wilson, Craycraft, pain. presents presented: Geo. Johnston, Milltown, shot in Reorganized. Willie Rosenbaum, Luciie Winfrey, Instead of making earth a heaven presence now were leg and hand. Luclle Epperson, Nell Smith, Mabel They from God's Jake Dohoney, Milltown, Gassed. driven. The firm of Russell & Co. has been ftoe, Louise Rowe, Cecil Kearns, Charles M. Tarter, Tarter, D. S. C and it will open a general Campbellsville. Misses Margaret and To right the wrongs that she had done line of dry goods, notions, etc., in the Bessie Bennett assisted their sister in God gave His own begotten son: Nell & Cheatham have added to Russell building the first of Septem- entertaining. He suffered death on Calvary's tree s sewing machines, their stock ber. This announcement will be That from that curse the world be oil stoves, binder, twine, fish buckets hailed with delight throughout this free. Road Money and minnow seines, clocks, watches "Now shalKhat sacrifice be vain? section of the State. It will also and pistol fixtures. have a millinery department. Mr. Judge. W. S. Sinclair, has received Will woman force Bin to remain? Nell & Cheatham. Russell has a wide reputation as a from the state, in the last few weeks Defy her God? On power dote, buyer, and his taste in selecting is 83, 074. 17 which will be expended in And sell her soul to gain a vote? Notice of Election. known far and near. Oh woman, woman, hesitate, bettering the condition of Adair county road, 8857. 65 of this sum is to be used Hear God before it is too late! In cqmplyance with "a proclamaPrices Will Stay High. Against His arm you can't pravail on the Columbia and Liberty road and tion, issued by the Governor of Ken82,216.35 is to be expended on the And so your scheming all must fall. tucky, on the 12th, day of May, 1919, Otto H. Kahn, a banker widely Jamestown road, 31,283. 59 is to be paid A sacfed trust you would evade, ' Ordering that an Election for Repknown throughout America, in a let- into For "for the man was woman made." resentative in Congress for the Eighth. the county later. ter to the Department of Labor, deGod wrought-yoto produce the seed, Congressional District of Kentucky, i , Good News. clares that prices will remain at the 6e the mother mate to breed To composed of the Counties of Adair, present high levels for a number of Strong sons and daughters of jour Anderson, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, years. He says the war caused a new 'Prospects of the peach crop on May kind Jessemine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, price level.in America and that busi- 1 as reported by the Bureau of Crop And dream of goals for them to find. Shelby and Spencer, be held in each ness must reorganize in accordance Estimates for the United States are At this you quail. Tour duty dread, voting precinct in the Counties aforewith, changed conditions. Demand for 32,719,000 bushels as compared with Exulting in a sterile bed. said on Saturday August the 2nd., has been stimulated to a. greater de the final estimate for 1918 of 20,578,000 Awake fair dames, your God obey, 1919. gree than ever before in the world's bushels. This Is an increase of 59 per And from His preclpts do not stray An election will be held in Adair history, he says. cent, over the light crop last year. This world is in awful fix County on the above mentioned date H. C. walker bequeaths his estase Since womeu went in politics. Taken Up. in the various voting precincts of said Robert Lee Campbell, both real and personal, to his wife, County, for the purpose as above Louisville, Ky. I have a black horse mule at my Sarah Alice Walker, .during her life. Cortez Sanders, At her death or remarriage what .reMr. W. S. Hurt, a former citizen of stated. farm, appears to be 2 years old. equally between Adair county, who is not on our submains is to be devided Sherriff of Adair County Ky. Tilden "Wilcoxin. his two children, Robert A. Walker scription list, writes from Spruce, t. Charles Winfrey, deputy U. S. Mar- and Elizabeth J. Breeding. He re- Mo.1; asking for a copy of the News shal, was in Adair County last week, quests that his son continue to con- containing an account of the part his If you have the itch, don't scratch. looking for evidences of the manufact- duct the store so long as his mother is great grandfather played in fighting It does not cure the troublejand makes ure splrlts.HewasJustoutof Russell willing. The will was written De- the Indians in the settlement of this the skin bleed Apply BALLARD'S; County where he found asmall copper cember 31, 1917. His wife is named county. We are sorry that there Is SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it in genstill buried on the farm of a man executrix. -r-Lebauon Enterprlss. not a copy of the issue he calls for in tly on the affected parts. It relieves named Fox. He hauled it to James -office. If Mr. Hurt thinks enough itching instantly and a few applicaHELP WANTED. Man with some the town,and cut it to pieces. He thinks of Adair county to keep up with its tions removes the cause thus performknowledge of seeds, gardening or it was recently in use. history, he should send in his sub- ing a permanent cure- - SoldJ by Paull farming. Market Gardener preferred; Drug Co. Adv The forty-eight- h session of the an excellent and unusual sales oppor- scription, i He. is missing a great deaL Kentucky Educatfonal Association tunity. The Wing Seed Co., house on Finfe Jlr. Penick Smith, who died last FoeSAijj: will be held June, commencing the North Street, five minutes walk from O. Saturday night, left an estate esti 23rd and will continue three days. mated at'iiot less than forty thousand Post Office and Church. Good well; All teachers 61 Adair county who conNext Friday night will be the regu- dollars. Teh plenty of shade trees. Prica thousand of this amount stable, veniently attend should do so. lar meeting of Columbia Lodge, No. is in life insurance. Mr. Smith was reasonable. Apply to G. W. Han96 F. and A. M. The meeting will cock, at Herald office, Campbellsville Land Foe Sales. 30 acres of land, come on the 13th of the month. There a far seeing man, and one of the best for price and terms. ,31-3J miles northeast of Columbia. is likely to be work in the third de- citizens In Adair county. Elsewhere his death Is announced. in STRAYED. A black sow from my There are ten acres in timber. gree. Members of sister lodges are Tarm. Weight, about 140 pounds. Has Allison Bros., Columbia, Ky. Sergeant York, the greatest hero Invited. ' 32-. of the war, was married Saturday to raised pigs. I will pay a reward. 32-My residence in Columbia, is for sale Brack Massle. Miss Grace Williams, aged 17 who Only nlnteen days from the date of or rent. It is a 5 room cottage, good has waited for him since he went to " this paper until the whole country We jegret to report that continuous garden and lot and out buildings. war. Gov. Roberts, of Tennessee, per- - rains in Mississippi havedamaged tha goes bone dry. and the good timefor oirs. gra fiuwe , riirmed the caramonv, tf. the boot leggers sets in. alfalfa crop. is said that Mr.C. S.' ' -I Columbia Lodge, No 96 h andA.. D. E, Phelps sold a car load of Tiogaf Circuit court will open at James- - Harris has lost several hundred dollars in Louisville a few days ago. They will confer the Master Masou'degree'town next Monday. Several lawyers worth. l be In attendance, brought from 817 40 to $20.25 per'ewfe- next Friday night. Members of sisters ,J othjs Persona owing me for celt season " . --r - , j" lodge are Invited. '"Boys-wri.1 i WANTED, ham&.and-sld- e 'put in some time fishing meat. wllUalfat Barger Bros.,, store sri -.. .. VV had the good luck to catch 1 WearfelnneedjotacoVyotoeNiaoiatslr.- . ,, j Neuv'fetieAtham r & a number of very fine cat 'and perch.' J'ebruary p,'1919 r- i ,, - x -- , first-clas- j&A M J- - 30-2- m tf this-pape- r 2t 2t It . - bar-wil- a o . last-week,- - 338 1 . W tit-jtt)- ? -- " 1 ee 2 As Ti Printing News I ADAIR COUNTY NEWS YcXwntry Editor. One of the hardest duties in the world is to fill the news columns of a local paper with mm mmmmmmrMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmm g William lewis, 1833. News papers are often criti-iae- d for nrintinir news. It should be remembered that pub licityia the greatest protection the people have. Many crimes xwoald be committed that are not committed if it were not or the fear of publicity and pub-ii- c condemnation. "Don't publish that; it hurts the town" is sl statement often heard. Charles Anderson Dana, when he was .editor of the New York Sun, was accosted by one of these individuals who believed in covering up scandalous happenings, he publication of which would Siave a benificial effect on others who might be tempted to do likewise but for the fear' of the publicity and. his reply was '"anything which the Good Lord seee dt to let happen is good enoegfc for me to print." What Thrift Does WOODSON LEWIS. 19 1 interesting items when there is really nd news to write. It is far more vexing and perplexing than a person who has never had, any experience on news papers can well imagine. The 38S Daner must, come out on time and reading matter has to be supplied from some source. When the brain of the weary and the mind inactive, his faithful scissors dull, it is, do you imagine, any child's play for him to probe the gas-baof his imagination and bring forth a column br more of original "wind" that will both edify, delight and instruct his readers? Verily the life of a country editor is full of trials, troubles and preplexities and, like the wicked, he is doomed ip not live out half his days. Democrat. editor-becomes gs m . WO LEWIS ffli rtv ." M 1 m m 2X m J. I. CASEiTHRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat crop. A QoodJPrice is Guaranteed. Cyn-thia- na afcsthe clothes I wear. Builds the house I live in. Builds the free schools for my education. , Wanted. Protect me from the cold vaanter. Provides the food I eat. Gives me time to play. Makes the stores and banks. Makes people happy andc Carpenters, Boat Builders, Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipefitters and Painters for work on high class yachts in and phonograph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops are sanitary, light and steam-heateThe Matthews Company, Port Clinton, Ohio. 28-d. 7t See Us In Time And, Place Tour Order Early For A Few Case Order To Be Readjr For The Threshing Season. m m m m m Outfit In Buy an Engine for I' This TracJKA1! .'VK. What Wise Men Have Said. d. on-ehte- The more one judges the less one loves. Provides them with money. ' Stamps out waste anb proverty. There are many lovely women Just how does thrift do each of but no perfect ones. To make light of philosophy is hese things? Give, examples. to be a true philosopher. Each topic may be made the Few are so wicked as to take of a separate exercise. delight in crimes unprofitable. Of all the paths that lead to a wonan's heart, pity is the I 9 tor is Guar mtcmmrjmmrrX&L You Farm iriiJiRtxijswcm anteed to Give Satis- and Save J Al! 1a '1 1 mm. 'BteriM Br Time..; v,si 7.7Rr. lanrAi '2mgFmS! wf9,txOiis',S J MBSmmSammtmWi itx&TFiBw Km a1 1 I pqt faction iLsS IMS We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. sh straight. Theory Jooks well on paper, but it does not amount to anything without practice. Take my word for it, the saddest thing under the sun is a soul incapable of sadness. Quick witted men, remarkable Helps Sick Women .Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what WOODSON GREENSBURG, LEWI'S KENTUCKY. she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in 'bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a for repartee, are after all rarely men of much solidity of character and ablity. go to the froods or some hiding Timely Poulrty Notes. Unless you know as much place until you are better. The about other people's affairs as they do . themselves it is nbt Do not overlook the factthat the world looks blue 0 a man with a Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Used Years very safe to laugh at them or chicks ' must have shade. If bad indigeston. Cure yourself there is no natural shade for first and then everything else Special attention given Diseases of all to find fault with them. Domestic Animals them to stay under during the will appear all right. As to pure, all things are pure heated part of the day, be sure Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on so the common mind sees far and' provide sufficent for their The man who can see no good Jamestown road. more vulgarity in others than in his fellowmen ought to fall needs. than the mind developed in me most important things in off the earth and go to his place. Phone 114 G. genuine refinement. keeping young chicks growing is There is no guess about where Columbia Ky, There are some professed good clean, fresh water in ves he ought to be and where he The Woman's Tonic Christians who would gladly sels. As the dysa get warmer care will go when he leaves here. lovable about a smile, motion, burn their enemies, but yet who should be taken to change the The milk of human kindness a feature, voice; walk, act. Sold Everywhere fk has soured in him, his better forgive them merly because water as often as required to keep nature has become perverted, his Two years ago W. W. Martin, of heaping coals of fire on their it clean and fresh. eyes invirted and his whole mor- Ripley County, Mo.j on advice of heads. Avoid over- - crowding growing tal being turned away. . He has the University of Missouri College Every man is prompted by chicks. A coop , brooder, or col RjtLlnecePhone 13 B Btulasss Phne 13 lost co nfidence in men, has no of Agriculture, bought a purethe love of himsejf to imagine ony house that was large enough bred Hereford bull and three N. MURRELL that he possesses some qualities, tOrhold the baby chicks is not real respect for women, looks Hereford cows. Recently he sold OR. on God as a tyrant and death as superior, either in kind . or de- large enough to hold them after the calves from common Ozark DENTIST gree, to those alloted to the two or three months, depending an espape from thraldom. He cows sired by the pure- - bred bull Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BToTg on the breed and growth. It is is too cowardly to destroy him' rest of the world. for $16. 75 more per head than he upstairs. , absolutely necessary that grow- - self, too abject to be honorable, received forhissteers of the same All have some good trait. If ong chicks have plenty of room! 'too small to interlecturally to Columbia, - Kentucky age sired by a scrub bull. Mr. bother about the weightier probthey have some feature you ad- to grow. lems of life, too contemptible to Martin .figures that at this rate mire, or act or motion, tell them Talk about the advantages of be noticed and too apt to live the pure- - bred was paid for the and they will like you far better. Dr. first year on his farm. Mr. Martin Do you know that is the true, your town instead of trying to out all his days. Such men may was one of the first in his way of gaining friendstell figure .up the disadvantages. be classed as the "gad flies of DEN.TIS.T. county to use a pure-bre- d bull. OFFICE l&i. .. ReaIdence,123.K them their good traits and Speak of the bright side of life." calculated to annoy their your buisness in place of the betters, ferment strife, ruin, dis A.t a meeting held on his farm OFFICE: Second Floor leave the bad for them to find imaginary ami siae. mere is cord, and bring misery to mua last week inquires for pure- - bred Cor. MMa and Depot Sts out? If we hear a singer and bulls were numerous and many nothing that goes without be- - kind. love the voice, t tell . her, and OAMPBELL3VTT.T.E. KY. will be bought before fall. Farm- every song will be sweeter be- iDg propelled. You, injure yourIf we will only look around ua ersno longer. buy before fall. Localand Geaeral A.ne3th3tici Aliiili er cause of a loved one. If any- self, your buisnMe, and your Farmers no longera doubt the is one h&E a pretty ' feature tell town, by getting. into dumps. we will see there not a person her. When your liver is out of order! we met but there is something value of a pure-- - bred; sire. The News $1.50 and $2O0. 1 weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend told me I had tried everything else, why not I did, and Cardui? sooh saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." L. H. Jones S 40 ... TAKE CARDUI m The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizIs your zy, worn-ou- t? lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so commoff to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It Should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it :9&oflld feelp you back to bealffe. S it-i- s J. -- Elam Harris Ask some lady friead who fcas taken Cardui. he .will :tell you how it belcher. TryCardai. AB Druggists J.W ' x .j ,: j a i ApAIR a buisnessL. Grlsspm-made trip to Louisville last Saturday. Mr, C. C. King, Louisville, was In Mr. J. C. Pierce, St. Louis, was herei Columbia a few' days since. ... a few days ago. Miss. Susan Miller" returned from Gillum, Mayfield, Ky., was kpottsvilJe last Thursday night Mr. L. ; , In town a few days ago. , . Mrs. Flora Boyse and her little-sonMiss Maudye Bradley was .quite.sick Bryan, visited ta Somerset last week two or three days of last week. Mrs. G. A Kemp has been in rather , a serious condition for the pas( week. Mr. G. W. Whltlock of Campbetls-Tlllewas here a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. liearnes, of olL Campbellsville, visited here Sunday. Mr. J. F. Tarter, who takes leases, was in this county last week. Mr. C. J. Miller, Louisville, spent a CO,UNTY:,NSW ,.. ,, 4 r SS -- Personals. - M. Total credited - 15379 73 - 773 00 Balance due The Commissioner find? that said Sheriffowes the.General FundS773.00 FACSUCCESS subject, however, to the delinquent) taxes and releases allowed by the FisTORY cal Court. All of which is most respectfully re-'- t ported. ': T. R. STULTS, Commissioner ' Mrs. Webster Says She's Always Adair Fiscal Court. ' (o Try Advising March 24, 1919. IS INTERESTED JN OF WOUUD YOU Like Some Real Fine Old Fashion - K GIRL, . BLANKETS, LINSEY, .. . -- SHERFFS SETTLEMENT, , 1918 Trutonia Louisville, June 10, "I'm always recommending Trutonia to the three hundred girls that work with me," Mrs'. Nannie Webster, an employ of the'American Tobacco Co., here, said recently. "Before I took Trutonia I used to go irom lour to, six aays wjtnouc a bowel action, ''.she .continued. "I was extremely" nervous, even little things irritated me terribly. My sister said if I kept on nobody would live with me. My appetite was very irregalar. These troubles had, bothered me for i3 JEANS, YARN, &., E. Dudgeon called to see day or two here the latter part of last To 20c tax on the Columbia merchants last week. week. .877034 $3,517,107 Miss. Thomasine Garnett, who has To 20c ad valorem tax on ' Mr. W. W. Jett, was at the Jeffries been in school at Berea, returned home 41" 20,537 additional list recently. Louisville, Hotel fromlast week. To 6 per cenltf penalty onMr. Coy m ROAD FUND. DEBITS. . 21 07 - - Mr. B. A. Myers, of Monticello, is was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ago. R. Myers, of this city. HMrJ. W. Ellis, of Sonerset, who is Mrs.Herman Barnett, of St. Louis, in the oil buisness, was in Adair last arrived last Friday. His wife and baby week. ' preceded him several weeks. Mr. W E. Ashlock.Campbellsvelle, Mrs. IS, M. Tutt and her son, Na- was registered here a day or so last tbaniel.land little Miss Margaret Cofweek. fey have returned from a visit to Mr. T. W. ITaylor, Campbellsville, Memphis. made his regular trip to this place a Mr. Fred Jackman, who is employed few days ago. in the printing business at "Berea, Mr. Lee Durham and Mr. Finis si spending ten day with his mother Wilson, Greensburg, were here last and sisters. Wednesday. Mr. John A. Goodman, of Todd MissGolda English who has been Democratic candidate for clerk of the teaching at Boston, Ky: returned court of appeals, was in Columbia home last week. v last Friday. Miss Christine Allen. Burksvillewho Mr. W. L. Baker, cashier, of the was in school at Berea, was here Monticello Banking Company, wife Thursday, enroute home. and twoldaughters are visiting, their .Mr. E. F. Mullnix and daughter, relatives Jn .Columbia. Miss Sarah, are spending several Mr. Fred Hill and his aunt, Mrs. weeks in Cumberland county. Rena Paull, spent several days of Miss Mary Miller, who has been last week with the faimly of Mr. teaching at Hazard, Perry county, re- Frank Hill, Lexington. lumed home a few nights ago. HenryHolt, of Russell county, who i Mr. C. W. Brume, of Lexington, "$185.00. u'nc6tUected Dec. -- .. 1918, 11 10 7 086 38. CREDITS-B- y I on .$6,253 released ' Taeasurer's receipt Sept. it into XT, ISlOj By. Treasurer's receipt Oct. 20c 8. 12 50 278 38 By 7, 1918, 1 802 08 Made from the best selected WOOL? Just send us 15 or 20 pounds of WOOL by INSURED MAIL for a trial. It will only cost 25 or 30 cents ip send it 150 miles. It's fais the cheapest way to ship small shipments. We get hundreds of pounds of wooS by malL.-Thwool MUST BE DRY, WELL WASHED-anPICKED. Send instructions in a lettes Pack the wool tightly in a small bag, secure tagged and addressed to . e d By Treasurer'slreceipt Nov. , 13, 1918 9, 1918, . - . 1 117 21 the last ten years." , By . Treasurers receipt Dec. 3 135 16 By Treasurer's receipt Jan , , ,20,1919, By 4 per cent, Commission"" . .: 213 20 283 45 for collecting ..'"'. RECAPITULATION. ,. $6841 98 Total debits &c, Total credits ( $7 086 38 6 841 98 like a. new woman and life; is really worth living, since I've taken Trutonia. My bowels are more regu lar now and my appetite is fine. I'm not nervous any more, either. The girls at the factory are always how much better I look now. The pains in my arms, shoulders and head that I formerly experienced have all disappeared " Trutonia, the perfect tonic, is especially .beneficial for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, catarrhal complaints, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss 4 ' of appetite and the like. It is also a splendid reconstructive tonic. Trutonia is .now being introduced and explained in Columbia at Paull ' Drug Co'si store. Adv. "I feel FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS,, E. L, REESE, Manager, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. , : ? A SAFE INVESTMENT TO YIELD 6,60 and Mrs. W .5. Knight, of Jamestown, made a buisness trip to oColumbia one day last week. Mr. Mr. Henry N. Smythe and wife, of Kansas City, are visiting Mr. Smythe's mother, brother and sister's this place. Payne, and Alma Jones, Burksville, who were in Berea College were here Thursday, enroute home. Misses "Dimple John Stapp, who served in the army, was recently discharged, and reached Columbia last Thursday, enroute to his home. Mr. B. L. Faulkner was here a few days ago. From this place he went to ' Burksville, accompained by Dr. F. H. Winfrey. Mr. Fred Chapman, of Bradentown, Fla. arrived a few days ago to spend several weeks with his wife and baby, father and mother. Mrs. John X. Conover and her little daughter, Marian and her mother Mrs. Mattie Holladay, recently spent a a week in Louisville: Miss Zella Pelley, who teaches 244 40 Balance due The Commissioner finds, that said $244.40 Sheriff owe the Road-Fun- d' subject, however, to the' releases allowed by. the County Court. All of. which is most respectfully reported. T. R. STULTS, Commissioner,. i "' Adair Fiscal Court. went across and was. "wounded in his March 24, 1919. left knee, reached Columbia last Friday, enroute to his home. SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT, 1918. Misses Ruth and Martha Crawford, of Pikeville, are visiting Miss Sara SCHOOL FUND.' Coffey. They are daughters of Rev. DEBITS. and Mrs. J. R. Crawford, and some To tax on $2,865,382 outyears agolresided in Columbia. side of Graded School Dis Mr. G. P. Smythe and wife, of Bra$4,298 07 trict, dentown, Fla., arrived last Thursday, To tax on $20,537. on 'an extended visit to relitaves. Mr. SO SO additional list Smyth, we are informed enjoys a large To 3,315 polls outside of Graded law practice in his Southern home 1 657 50 School District at 50c Mrs. Jo F. Patterson will return To 53 additional polls at 50c 26 50 from a visit to Mrs. E. P. Harris, To 6 per cent, penalty on thisjweek. She will be met . $450 20 uncollected Dec. l, in Louisville byher husband who left 27 01 1918 Saturday. for the city last $6 039 88 m Cat-lettsbu- rg . uu" GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 6 Ptfe of . CUMULATIVE DEBENTURE STOCK Callable at $115 per Share and kztmi Mkwll Shares, $109 DIVIDENDS QUARTERLY FEBRUARY, MAY, AUGUST AND NOVEMBER The principal products of the General Motors Corporatioaare?7 ' AUTOMOBILES-&dlll- ac, . Bulck, Chevrolet,.,,... h. Oakland, OldEmoblle, Scrlpp-Boot' TRUCKS AND TRACTORS G. M. G, Chev- -' rolet, Oldsmoblle. Samson. Earnings after taxes for the past five years have "averaged "each.'1 ) i Markets. Cattle Prime export steers $14.0015.00; heavy ship Louisville, June. 9 ture and Preferred Stock outstanding. Orders may be telephoned our expense. Special circular on request PRICE 90 PER SHARE ' , ' V . !.? 1 ? ingl3.14;light$ll 13.50-,ratcows$- 9 13; heifers $8. 50. $12t 0012.50;medium James G. Willson & Company 210 S. Fifth Street LOUISVILLE, KY. 13.; cutters $5.506.50;canners $55.25 -- $912.50;stock-ers bulls $?.10.k, feeders $7.50 to 11.00 choice milch cows $85110; medium $65(385; common 850(3)65. " 306Q3G3G30$?C3$ X3SGi.tmm S AUTOMOBILE LINE CalvesReceipts steady. medium Best 9 214 head. N $13 0013 50 veals 0013 00;cpnimoh5.509.G0 B -- Prices ill Columbia and Gampbellsville . J. F. Cabell of Miami, was in Columbia, last Friday, accompanied ny ner sister, Mrs. J.s. Mcuain, oi East Point, La. Mrs. McCain was Miss Viola Frazer before her marriage. They stopped at the home of Mr. W. B. Patteson. Mrs. Flora Frazer arrived last Saturday, for an extended visit. Mrs. . By CREDITS tax on 5,629 ' $ 7 44 released Hogs Receipts 3,692 head. Prices S 15c to 25c lower. Best hogs 165 lbs and up 19.50 120 to 165 lbs $18 50 120 lbs 8 down $16.90 throwouts $17.50 down. 8 02 Mail Car Ford Car r A TT W I $1.50, Round Trip. $2.75 2.00 Round Trip,.$3.50 Special Attention to Traveling Men ft8 I - By 11 polls released at 50c By receipt from Couuty Supt. Sept. 14, 1918 $ By receipt from County Supt. Oct. 4, 1918 By receipt from County Supt. ' Nov. 13, 1918 ' 1 head Sheep and"Lambs-Receipts,15no changes were noted in prices', best ., bucks $7 down; best 195 78 sheep $9.00 lanbs 81818.50;seconds $1515.50 524 26 Butter Country 3539c lb. 5 50 SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT, 1918. GENERAL FUND. T. Mercer, postmaster, this place, left DEBITS. . herejast Thursday for Louisville. tax on To 30c m By receipt from County Supt. Barbourville, has reached home for the A statement of the account of Cortez Dec. 10, 1918 2 316 84 summer. She has signed a contract for SanderSjlSheriff of Adair County, Ky., By receipt from County Supt. .. next year with the same board. of the collection and disbursements of ' 267 15 Jan. 20, 1919 the General Fund, the School Fund," B. Simpson, of Breeding, Dr. Dr. H. the RoadJFund. $5 277 69 Ira Simpson, Burkesville, and Mr. IS. at Eggs Fresh, case 960 72 34c to 37c Garlin. " count candled 8 8 8 8 On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelle'd 'to raise our ' Passenger Rates according to the above .schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 "p. m. andt I p. m. 8 phones- :- W. E. NOEL mm 8 - RECAPITULATION.. . Mr. C. andMrs. accompanied-t- Winfrey, wife and daughter, Miss To 3588 polls at $1.50 5 they To 55 polls at $1.50 additionMary. From al list s toured several counties in the To 6 per cent, penalty on section of the State. uncollected Dec. 1, 1918, Mrs. Guy Nell and little son, Guy Atkins, left for Pensacola, Fla., last $16 Tuesday, Mr. Nell, accompanying his CREDITS. wiie and son as fax as Louisville. By Treasurer's receipt Sept MrsJNell meets her mother, Mrs. Lou. $ r 14,:1918, W. Atkins, in Pensacola. By "Treasurer's receipt Oct $3,517,107 W. A. Coffey were To 30c Frankfort by Mr. M. 537 additional ' ?10 551 32 tax on $20,- list Total debits.. Total credits ' .. $6 039 88 5 277 69 61 61 382 00 Frankfort Blue-Gras- $1,-254.- 93 762 19 Balance due Mr. Welby Holmes is buying The Commissioner finds that said Sheriff owes the School 'Fund' $762.19 stock and trading - since his re82 50 subject, however, to the delinquent turn from France. taxes and releases' allowed by the Mr. Ollie Workman and his 75 30 County Court. All of whieh is most respectfully, re- brother Ernest, wfto has been in 152 73 ported. V. .' France for a year, were in Gar- The farmers are making use of the pretty weather now. We have had so much rainy weather that the farmers are far behind; with their work., JEWELRY. ' I am careful in selecting my Stock of JEWALRY, because people want the best. I Have just received a new Kne of I Enow the the Latest v Styles in all Kinds of Jewelry, Consisting of Ladies Gold Bracelet ' Watches, Lavallieres, Vanity Card Cases in Plain or Engraved Silver, "The Latest Styles in Men's Belts, and Silver Belt Bucldes.-I'have aUo. received a New Line of Ladies' Vanity and Enveloper- - , Leather Bags. "; ' " V' Before , Buying Do Not Fail to Inspect Them. L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky: T. R STULTS, Commissioner, 578 07 lin Monday. Miss Bessie Conover is improv- Columbia, -- Adair Fiscal Courb. ' March 24, 1919. - Mr. Alva Grider, 2 Jamestown, attended ment exercises 9, 1918, last week. He left his mother in Leb- By Treasurer's receipt Jan. 6 anon, who visited with Mrs. J. L., 20. 1919, Murrell but she is returning with him. By 10 per cent; Commission for collecting $5,000 Mr. Paul Grider, Ralph Antle, Aimer By 4 der cent. commission for Eeec, who were students in "Berea, collecting ballance on'.Gen- . also returned witn hinu eral Fund Mr. J. J. HuBter who 'spent thrae By percent commission for call.ecting'School Tax months in Adair county, selling Texas By SOc tax on oil Btock, left for his home J?t, 6.253 released V Worth, Texas, last Wednesday,. He vBy 12 Volte, at $l.,&b released will stop a day at BradforasVilleviud y sm uutrytuu vAiiuimssiuu-e- r for making isettlement also two or three days atAj&lnttHe, This is Mr. Hunter's old home and' he met with fine success here and at RECAPITULATION.. derSts other points In the county! 816 . Tetal at who lives near By Treasurer's receipt Nov. the commence13. 1918, Berea College, By Treasurer's receipt Dec. ' -- 1, il918.' '" 3 731 93 508 31 485 82 811 14 , 500 00 446 11 241 60 18 75 18 00 30 00 73 152 73 m $ . $15-37- 9 -- while inspecting the article whether you want it or not aiit is against the rules of my store to take back goodB without some very sound, reasons for doing so Thanking the good people for helping to make my store what it ram 'Respectfully, J is., W.-I- . Ingram Coiikab'ia.Xyo There will be an ice cream Mr. Ed Crawford, our broom supper given at the home of Mr. To My Customers. man, is doing a good business. Welby Ellis the 14th of June. There Mr. Johnnie Burton has gone Everybodyi is invited. There seems to be a growing tendenwill be lots of cream and i cake cy to return goods' with no excuse, ex- to Indianapolis, Ind. for alL ' cept the customer has decided they do Mr. Logan Grant, wife and not want them. Hereafter I am go- baby were viBiting Mrs. Grant's Smith's Chapel. ing to ask you to make up your mind, father and mother a few days Clark Smith's wife is very sick at this writing:. Mr. Anderson. Murrell was Uncle (Bill) Hancock is .real his sister,. Mrs. ,.W. F, Reysick at this writing which his. nolds last.Stvirday, night." many friendi are sorry to hear, '"' Tie; pie, 'Suftperr given; at fthe hoite he will soon' be up again. Garlin Ichoolhouae thev24th, woL .$&$; Henry Moore bought: ifarnv'on tbe pike aboye Cane fine M Mr.- ing. $ Valley from Jim Sublettr W4K6 mov tor that place the last"?" the year; and T. 5V Corbra aicr faimly will take posfeisioD-oi--t- he Moore place which. ; tifeybought some time agot, Miss Nettie Calhoun .has pofcr in her application.; to. .teach, jfc this places- - . ago. visiting Born t6 the wife of Mr. Frani . Kearns June 2,a soft, mother aac and baby doing fine. .Parmer's are makinr rvrt -- . of the pretty wither "plow!' c W1C earwig o ettaa"-tqbacoay- .. d Jape 2,199. . .,. v -. 32-- 3t other are wattag ,.. 4 theirfqr'rain so they -. ' 4 . it 9 4f DICE OF DESTINY. Continued ADAIR COUNTY NEWS he 'is a naturalized American citizen. fr om page 3 He"a d 4' 5 "Yon are "dying 'fori an ODeratf; scene?" His voice still rang with the eagerness within him, his hand was upon the vines which clambered about her balcony. "Let me climb np to you "You must not !" she cried quickly. And thes, seeing that he hesitated, she added lightly, again settling herself comfortably upon her cushioned seat "That would be only musical I should have to go ". .comedy. and shut my window and run downstairs to papa grande. And ;Sh!" He could make out the gesture as she laid her lingers across her red lips, could see that she turned toward the open window behind her. "Qulen es?" she called carelessly. "Yo, Pedro," came Pedro's answering voice. "Senor Dempton has gone. TEhe master says that in half rin hour Jie will be glad to see the Senorita i in-tEi- 47j "Is d young puppy !" snapped Stanway Irritably. "With us," said' Miss Teresa; stiffly, "one does not swear in the presence of a lady. Nor does he insult her through her kinsmen." "I beg pardon honestly I do, Teresita," Stanway hastened to say. "But you shouldn't mention he joung reprobate's name if you don't want me to swear, and you know it Now I'm coming up- -" "No, senor," he answered simply. 'Los otros comln' muy queek." "Listen, then, while they come," ran on Stanway. "It is the Mexicans, I think, who have taken your master. 3 His hand was again among the vines seeking a hold somewhere and being mocked by the smooth adobe wall. Teresa de la Guerra, " alarmed, was upon her feet protesting. And then: "Sh!" she called "down to him. "It is papa gnmde. I heard him call. Another time, Senor Billy. Some other night maybe tomorrow, who knows and I shall steal out for a little walk with you. I must go now. Buenas noches, Senor Billy." It was softly said, and there was the caress of the soft southern speech. "I am coming, too, he called up to Teresa.-35ueno," she answered lightly. "I her. And she knew' that he meant hear, Pedro." And then when she also what he said. "I shall come around heard Pedro's light tread on the stair- to the patio and so to the front door. way, descending, she turned again I am going to talk with your grana father tonight, Teresa mine!" A laugh floated out and down to him, a rose fell, striking 'against his cheek, there was the glimmer and flutter of a mantilla among the vines, and the girl had stepped back through the window, closing it behind her. She stood a moment, hesitant, her cheek a little pale. Then the' thought that even now Stanway was on his way around the great house to the patio drove her in haste first to her mirror and the rearranging of her hair the rose vinejiad disturbed, then to a quick descent of the broad stairway to the main floor. The utter stillness of the drawing room smote her as she entered. The candles were like shimmering ghosts. De la Guerra was not la the room. Immediately she was dimly conscious of an unreasonable sense of uneasiness, even before she had the ' vaguest reason for it. And then the reason asserted itself. A chair lay overthrown, a little way from the chair a rug was crumpled and thrown back, the ink bottle which had been upon the table lay upon the .floor. There was the noise of caballos running back toward the border. They .are not ten minutes ahead. How many? Quien sabe, Gaucho? ProtK ably just a band of raiders, not many. How many men, with rifles, can you get to horse pronto?" "Twenty-five,- " replied Gaucho promptly. "Good," cried Stanway. "Take twenty men with you; send the other five to the house. Pronto, Gaucho." Gaucho turned and ran, calling to his vaqueros as he went. "Pedro," called Stanway to the chief of the house servants. "Aqui, senor." "Have the doors and windows shut, the shutters locked. "When Gaucho sends the five men, put one of them upon the senorlta's balcony, the others at the windows, especially the south windows, Pedro. Then put out all the candles and be silent, all of you. "No one goes to bed again tonight. Each one, man and woman, find a gun of some sort I do not think that there is danger, but "remember that The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.7-- 5 3 Ply $2.75 1 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID 2 Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagons, Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. "fas.4. Fertilizer: GRASS SEEDS Best Grade at From $1.50 to $2.25. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. "I Must Ge," She Said Softly. I toward the man below her. "I must go," she said softly. "Papa grande wishes me." "Not for half an hour," he said quickly. "I heard that" "But," as though she were hesitating, "I should go now. It is very of me to be here with you. If I had known that you were coming should certainly not have come out to look at my stars." "You are a little humbug, Teresita," he laughed at her. "You did know that I would be here, and you .were glad of and you came to see me." It "To see you?" out just could imagAnd he ine the arching of the brows above her As stood. her eyes saw, her brain under- And as she stared, before her voice had found its way to her lips, she heard a sharp knocking at the front Jthen " - "And to tease me. But look here " "I am looking, senor. Mama mia, Irat you are handsome. in the moonlight More so than by day !" "I did not come here tonight to make you pretty speeches," said Stan-wa- y stubbornly after his way. "I came to tell you" "Yes?" expectantly. She clasped her hands and leaned a little farther out over, him, allowing him a glimpse of her laughing face, of white arms and throat from which the mantilla was slipping. "That I love you" "Oh!" She seemed to lose interest, but again her face was hidden. "And that I actually and positively mean what I say when I tell you that I am going to marry you." He could not see the flush which crept Into her cheeks, nor the light In her eyes, but went on swiftly, unguardedly, his voice almost stern with the emotion upon him: "The border is unsafe. Mexico is going to be torn to pieces this time before temporary truce comes again.. You need someone to take care of you." "You forget papa grande," she reminded him gayly. "You seem to have a habit of forgetting him." "Your grandfather," he said in the same quiet tone, "is not the man to protect you now, for three very good reasons: He is .too-nea- r the border and too rich to go unmolested by the already made rebel bands, .more than one raid into American under cover of night "And he is too Spanish. He was born in Spain his father kept him there until he was of age. He is a Spanish and not an American citizen." "How kind and thoughtful you are, .Senor Stanway,". she mocked him. "Do ' you find it necessary, every time you come across a young woman who needs protection, to marry her?" His mood did not soften, with hers this time. In Billy Stanway's own. words, "he meant business." "Your grandfather has already lost (Cattle to the raiders," he told her. "It Us known all over this end of the state 'that he is his own banker that he j always has a large amount of gold 'and silver in the house. "Some night he Is going to be called .upon for something more than just cows to feed the hungry rebels. And who-have ter-Tito- ry great eyes. "Senor Billy, I am frightened. Look!" He looked the way her pointing finger went, a moment in frowning failure to comprehend, then in sudden black anger. "You mean " he cried sharply. "Yes," she whispered, clinging to his arm. "A moment ago I heard him call out I I was talking with you and did not heed, but there was anger in his voice. I came down and look, he is gone! There was a struggle see the chair thrown down, the rug, the ink spilled there!" Stanway left her side, striding abruptly to where the bottle lay. There was a dark "smear on the carpet near It He leaned over It, stooping, seeing the candles reflected from the dark surface. And his face, too, was very white as he straightened up, drawing a deep breath between his teeth. He managed to stand between the girl and the da'rk smear. "Get Pedro," he commanded sharply. "Have him call the servants, the every man of them. Have them come armed." The girl turned and ran swiftly through the great rooms, down the long hallway to do his bidding, a sharp fear clutching her heart. Stanway, when she had gone, stepped quickly across the room, snatched up a rug there and threw It down upon the carpet, covering the dark spot near the bottle. Then he stood still, waiting. As he waited there came' to him from the silence without a faint drumming sound, the noise of horses hoofs in a mad tattoo of flight through the -va-quer- ran to it swiftly, threw it wide and whispered fearfully: door. She night "The rebels," he muttered angrily. "They are taking what Is left of him back across the border."' He ran to the window. The curtain there, was torn. Moonlight and candle light showed 'him where wood and plaster were scratched as in a harried exit. Then Teresa had come back to him, her great eyes wide with alarm, and the servants were already trooping in, sleepy-eye- d and mystified. CHAPTER III. Married to an American whose mighty a&tloa is feared byrthe Mexicans? Tkst id it no? Baeno. Does Senor .'Stanway1 knew ay klawaan, Edario IUbsob Torre? He is a Spaniard, of old of Cattle, senor. And Kurmrd "Then should be i 'demurely. protected?" she "1 shoald be Eduardo Ramon Torre. Their master was not here t their young mistress' eyes were turned with intent eagerness tipon the young American owner "of the Painted Rock range, and so the servants, each of them, turned to Stanway expectantly. Stanway waited In silence a moment until a new set of faces In the ddbrway, bearded faces, told darker, him that the Yaqueros had risen to Pedro's clamorous call. Then, he spoke to them all, swiftly, with rising emphasis, calling upon them by name, addressing .them In mixed Spanish and English, taking the word which came first to him that they would grasp. "Gaucho," he called as a very tall, man pushed! his sinewy, way throaghvtke clattered door. "Toe ' vaqeros have work 'to do toeigat Are they all hor tsiesr sun-kissed, the border is just there, remember that they have taken the good senor from you, remember that we are leav ing the senorita in your protection."' He spoke swiftly and turned to follow Gaucho out into the dark. Teresa, who had been watching him in silence, came to him and put her hand upon his arm. "Senor Billy," she whispered. "You are going with Gaucho and the rest?" Tes," he answered shortly. "You 8 are safe here; they do not dare an open attack in United States territory. And no doubt we shall be back before Our Two Large Lower Floors are Keptv Filled With morning." Best Groceries they done with him?" "What have Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. she was asklne. trvinir to sneak stead ily. "What do you think did they" We Have Added to Above Line She broke off. He could see her lips trembling. One of the Indian 'women, through habit beginning to tidy the room, moved the rug Stanway ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OF EACH MONTH. had placed by the table, discovered the stain, went down on her hands and knees, and then rose with a shriek. "Sangre!" she cried. "Jesus Maria ! 'Sta muerto ! He is dead. They have killed him. The beloved senor, who was so good " Stanway strode back to her, taking her by the shoulders and commanding her to stop her noise and go help PePLAYS dro lock the doors and windows. But Teresa had heard; they had-all- . heard. She stood very still then, looking tall and slender and white. "Go to the doors and windows as the American senor commands," she said steadily. "Leave no light to show that anyone is awake. Do whatever Pedro tells you to do, In swiftness and in silence. I shall. come to see what COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. you are doing in a moment now. Go." They left as she commanded, in swiftness and silence. The doors closed behind them, and Teresa turned her great eyes, full of dread and suf' fering, upon Stanway. it "You saw it before?" ! He nodded. "You think that they have killed him?" "No," he cried, more assurance In his voice than in his heart. "It means Business Solicited nothing if there is a- little blood after men have struggled as they must have ADAlRjand ADJOINING fought here. And if they killed him, why carry the body with them? then He is alive; he must be." QUNTIES . "Yes," she answered, "I should feel it here." Her hands were pressed tight J. M. 'WOLFORD, upon her breast. "Now go with them, Senor Billy. You are good to us." CASEY CREEK, KY. "Good to myself," he laughed back at her, trying to speak easily. Stanway passed out into the patio, running toward the corrals where he had left his own horse saddled under a live oak. As he ran he heard the HENRY W. girl's voice calling to him : "Remember, Senor Billy, that you ' DENTIST G. R. REED, t are riding across the border tonight FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE, into Mexican territory. There is dan- Am permanently located in Co ger there. And well, perhaps there lumbia. Columbia, --- --Keutucky. is one who will pray for your speedy All.CIasses of Dental work done. Crow and safe return." He saw the flutter of her gown d&eand Inlay work a Specialty ,C through the misty moonlight swept off AH Work Guaranteed his hat, called back a cheery word, . and ran on. Office: next door to post office. He saw a group of men mounted or mounting now, at the corral, and knew Gaucho and his vaqueros were ready. He could see the glint of the pale night light upon the rifles in their I keep on hands a foil stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. lean brown hands. I also keepMetallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. e He found his own horse, a tall, We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. sorrel, swupg into the saddle, I have some second Office Phone, 1 68. Residence Phone, 29. called sharply to Gaucho, and then realized suddenly that something was Cotumbia.'Ky Ma-chine- es, J. F. TRIPLETT, hand keeping the men at the corral gate, thatbeir voices were raised excitedly. ICl as JTgood as Giving his mount the spur he dashed down to them. I will sell new, "Que es?" he called, half angry at momentary delay. "What is it, the ' - 3"NpN furniture, Carpets, and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. the -- Just the Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. BLUEBIRD PHoTo3 Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night NELL & CHEATHAM, AUCTIONEER - $$s$ixiA f -3- BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. DEPP, It is better to' have it and not need it Than to need it and not have it. -H-- UNDERTAKER. NOTICE Sewing res-tiy- that Gaucho?" deep, cheap. Arab-lookiB- ''I'll 'answer for Gaucho," came a sonorous voice, unmistakably southern in accent. "It is I, senor." "And you," snapped Stanway. "Who the devil are you?" "One who Is not accustomed to being addressed as If be were a mestizo," with a certain haughtiness which rode well upon the deep music of the voice. ."Senor Don Eduardo Ramon Torre, at your service, senor!" "Oh, h 1," grunted the American under his breath. And then, riding Into the heart of the excited groap, d reining in his sorrel close to a 'animal, its hide glisten-inglt- h black sweat, hi said shortly'Wel Torre, what is it? We are In some-thlaof a hurry." deep-chesteg Call and .lookthem over. Columbia, Ky. Colum6ia. Motor Freight Co.; as L. G. McCLISTER, Children that are affected by worms are pale and sickly and liable to contract some fatal disease. WHITE'S CREAM VERHIFtJGE expels worms promptlyand puts the child on the- road to health. .Sold by. Paull Drug Adv. Co. We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large Motor Truck08 and New Freight Depot, opposite Poet Office. All Country Freight delivered from new depot. Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons. We solicit your business. Columbia ", JZTotoi Freight " Co., Young Jones, Proprietors CpLU2Bm, KENTUCKY, t H j- - 4h j---. THEtADAIR COUNTYiNEWS' -- S MS almS&tm tmaui Idair i Coaivty Kevls PHblished Oh WetoeMayB. & fil Cplam6iai Kentucky- m i JUS. DAISY HAMLETT,,HaHaer. r 4? DeBoeratlc nevipaperderotad to the Interest l.tie City of ColaabUmnd tba pMpla of Adair mad ajo3nlngconntlti. Entered at the Colnmba Post-offl- as second lass mail matter. r "WED. 4L50rryes. AM JUNE. 11, 1919. embltterhant held by me or toy 1V1 fiends agalnsMr. Garnett and, his , ..Haikftll, Miller, of Met- - dSj and my Iriends m both thls calfe county, who has been a and Barren county wiiruhreservedly Democratic candidate for. the support Mr. Garnett'in November. State Senate, withdrew at Glas-- t lam sure of his success aftfl last Tuesday in a real nice thing that is within my- power to .do . or! any service that I can render fo .v b r in. n T1D III VU him, it is my duty and Ijowe it to Mr, Tnhis talk, like a good Demo Garnett and my party to do it, and I crat that he is, he promised his shall do it with the proper spirit. support to Mr. Garnett. He al- He is well qualified and has the abiliso stated that he believed his ty, to make a good Senator and b& an friends would support Garnett to honor to the district and do a good se'rvlce to his constituency. He and a man. It now looks like Adair, his family have valiantly served the Barren and Metcalfe will have a party in this State and the democracy Democratic Senator at Frank- of Mr. Garnett is unchallenged and ifflEmiflFWlTTOStf SF -- fri-n- J any-co- When A Soldier V si w - rm I LB I ? . f' -- ' I WTZmWmmmmmw v. i . P JLdls&L in jww.jyit ;.'y7tr .Mm-um- .- A Ho me 1 .;ras. .Scrs-Jajajob-know v iir " mm 1 home equipment. OU boysvl.o have "put over" the big the value of good equipment in producing results, and saving time and labor. Remember this fact when you buy i fort. Mr. Miller is. an enthusiastic Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone. Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription doe and Payable in 'Advance Y DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress. C. A. t-.-. HARDIN, of Mercer County. FOE STATE SENATOR. 19fli Senatorial District J. R. GARNETT of Adair County. of Harrodsburg, Democratic candidate for Governor, has filed with the Secre-tar- y of State. That man has something up his sleeve, and when he begins to show his fine guns, and fishing rods, the wool Mr: Noel, will fly. Democrat, but he concluded that his party would be in danger at the November election if he and Mr. Garnett both continued'in the race, therefore, he looked to the future and withdrew. Both candidates were present, with friends, and the meeting was very harmonious. From now on, the Democrats in the district will talk for and work for Garnett. The following- gentlemen were present when Mr. Miller withdrew: T. P. Dickinson, of the State Central Committee, Jndge Robert White, W. E. Jones, J. G. Crenshaw, Paull Trigg, Prof. W; C. Turner, J. R. Richarnson, editor Glasgow Times, Hon. Basil Richardson, .T. E. Jeffries, J. W. Flowers, J. R. Garnett, Master Lynn Jeffries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jeffries, this place, was an interested spectator. - unfailing. I shall campaign the district this fall for Mr, Garnett and the State ticket, and if the opposition has a rad-icthat they want curried real good, let them get him ready and trot him out and 1 will show them how it is al A large prt of p. housewife's time is spent in the kitchen, where she works to produce resultsthat will make you happy at mealtimes. It is therefore up to you to give her the best kitchen equipment a range that will give the best cooking results at a minimum of labor. done. , vl wish to say to the good people of Adair county that I appreciate the courtesy and integrity of Hon. T. E. Jeffries, Chairman of the Adair county Democratic Executive Committee, who served Mr. Garnett and his party faithfully in the "arbitration of this matter. I found him a most excellent gentleman. With kindestpersonal regards to Mr. Garnett and the Democrats and the Democrats of the entire county, I Yours very truly, am, AI.LEN COPPER Jmmmm?BUtt7fnm&5 ' '-' JnSSlrSK RANGES take the drudgery out of kitchen work, because they are dependable and have so many exclusive features for saving time and labor. Cu,ftU BEARINQ Cleanliness Convenience Durability mmW NOTES ON ADAIR MhhI that is the secret of Princess Ranges in a nut- WuSr 1 v shell. Thousands of happy housewives are now satisfied users. Be sure to examine the Princess before buying a range. Write for our free, illustrated catalog and name of nearest Princess agent. THE BUCHANAN-LYOIncorporated N County. Steele. CO., I by John avroe No. 18. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY., WITHDRAWS FROM Judge C. A. Hardin was named by the Committee, last week, as the JDemocratic candidate for Congress in the Eighth district. There is some talk of the Republicans running King Swope, of Boyle county. That is all. This paper is not making a fight for a particular candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor. However, it does not take an expert matheme-ticia- n to tell how the State is going. When the candidate has been named by the primary we will then turn the paper loose for the nominee. w Black has published a card stating that it will be imGov. possible for him to make many speeches from now until the primary. His official duties require that he remain at Prankfort. He asks his friends throughout the State to continue their good work, leaving nothing undone in order to get out a full vote at the primary. There is not a doubt at this time but he is the most popular candidate for Chief Magistrate of Kentucky. 1 The I. W. vV.'s and their sym- patmzers are doing' more than anything else to .disturb the peace of this csuntry. They are nothing more nor less than murderers and should be .exterminated. With proper organization they could be run down and an end put to their existence. They are all bomb, throwers and cut throats. Last week they destroyed a great deal' of property in several different cities with explosives. A bomb in 4;he hands of one of the throwers went:roff prematurely, killing the 'fiend, and the lat that, was ee"oi his parts they werewv-eiing'i- n ' all directions. -- skins of animals; their head immmniHmfflmmmwm m mmnfflnfflfflmmmniniwm 11! gear, was of the same material; m SENATORIAL RACE. OR JENNIE CASEY, AND JUDGE 11! and their feet were encased in !!! ROBERT TODD. 11! moccasins. Each bore a long Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and we 11! Col. William Casey, who was rifle, a tomahowk, and a large 1!! H! the leader of the thirty men, knife. They were young, ' prob- in will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze, 11! sMBMMMMMMMMa. vmwSmmmWs & m copper, and all other kinds of metal. who, in 1789, came to Adair ably from seventeen to nineteen m county to win it permanently for years of age, and their, faces did m 11! 11! civilization, was not an ordinary not indicate, that they had eveti m 11! man. J3e was born in Freder made tne acquaintance or. a ra- m ii&w iSsbH 11! m ick county, Virginia, in 1756, zor. So homely, so rugged, so We are prepared to do all kinds of machine work, no w matter how large or small. !!T and died at his home in Adair uncouthed did thev appear, that 111 county in the year 1816, at the the wife of Montgomery, who, II! 11! age of sixty years. Nothing is back in Virginia, had been ac- lit 11! !!! now known of his ancestry, nor quainted with the ways and hab- 11! 11! lit when he left the land of his na- its 6f polite society, was so conWe are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor 11! ... .aiSmbmmmK$ iSBSBBK Ill tivity and plunged into the wilds vulsed at the thought of these 11! work and guarantee satisfaction on alll work. 11! of the then West. That nis op young men, that when they had 11! 11! portunities, in early life, for taken their awkward leave, she 11! 11! which arises broke into a fit of laughter and 11! that education, & Machine Shop 11! study of books was commenting said, that she wonfrom the 11! very limited, goes without ques- dered who upon the wide earth 11! Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile 11! 11! C. HASKELL MILLER.1 Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. tion: but his opportunities were was bringing' up daughters to be 11! 11! very great for education and the wives of these two awkward 11! A CARD. KENTUCKY. 11! wisdom whiah is acquired by a and uncouth fellows. Yet, if 11! CAMPBELLSVILLE, 11! " face to face contact with nature; she had lived for but a few years !l!11111111!l!llllll!llllll!!llini!ll!l!l!!!!!!l!!!l!n!!l!!!in!!!!lll!!lll! To the Democrats and Citizens of by the philosophy which comes more, she would have been des- Adair County: My opponent, Hon. J. E. Garnetti with cogitation in the loneliness tinedto look on, no doubt, with commonwealth, or when a threat- fact that beef already is cheaper and a delegation of his friends, met of the wilderness. His opporpridei when one of her daugters ened and imperiled country than pork, poultry and mutton, it me, and a delegation of my friends in great for the acqui- became the wife of one of the needs defenders. tunity was probably will decline further (Srlasgow, Tuesday, June 3rd, in consition of that strong common same youths, then grown to full ference, to settle definitely which within the next few days- - There To Be Continued. ape sense, which comes from the could not see, of of us should be the Democratic manhood. She are several reasons. Cheaper for State Senator. Mr. Garnett-an- plication of reason to the circum course, that under the rough ex I have just received another car fed cattle which hitherto have I agreed, whatever the result of stances and actual experiences of terior of the uncouthed and un- load of oats. not been plentiful are now movthe conference, that we would abide life. Several years prior to civilized clothing of these youths; ing to markot. Exports of beef J. B. Barbee. f by what was done. My friends de17.79, the William Montgomery, nor beyond the awkward manfrom the United States have cided that in the interest of party who was afterward slain by the ner, which arose from their harmony and success, both in the The American Meat Packers practically ceasep. The govern; Indians at Montgomery's Sta- want of experience with polite Association soys that despite the ment has stopped buyin&r. district, and the State, that I tion, in Lincoln- county, Ken society, and the strangeness of In this card I announce mj with tucky, was then residing in the their speech, which came- from drawal from the race and pledge any Holston river country. Upon a their limited knowledge of books, hearty and unstinted support to Mr. day, JVilliam Casey, and a com that each of them was possessed Garnett. I am pleased to ha've ha.d panion of his age, Robert Her- of more than the ordinaary such an honorable man opposing me. the dwelling of share of good common senss; He and his friends in Adair county ald, came into Probbav.e extended to me all of the cour- Montgomery, uninvited. that each of them had a great tesies and honors due an opponent, ably they sought a meal, a drink soul, and a moral character, and at no time has he and his friends of water or direction as to the which preserves under the most personalities or, indulged in way they were desirious of trav- trying, circumstances, strong sharp practices. ' eling. Tradition has failed to they,' from degra-datfo- n I entered the 'race 'from patriotic preserve the occasion of the vis- men, such as and ruin. Good woman motives of service to my people, companion, doubtless that she was, she did choosing a career of political prefer- it. Casey and his ment. But I withdraw believing that who, at that time, were youths, not realize, that, although these the interest and success of the party appeared .to be true sons of the youth's would be without stand-!i- g is greatet than my own personaL wild and long enured to a life inl "or consideration at a social ... . .t - . anJ that if my candidacy or the, open. Neither of them Had.i my .nomination, imperjl'ed thja function in polite society they so much ae a' thread Of clothing cess of the party in Ifoyember. it was Tbtir were pearls wjthout.price in the my duty to my party 1bo quit? fAnd uporior about them. f.T1" i(.. M' S' For Salejby Albin Murnjs. ,,V, building up 'of a in quitting mere js u envy, wmce 'dress consisted, entirely, of the founding and, COL. WILLIAM CASEY, MRS JANE OxyAcetylene Welding All Grades of Machine Work Auto and Tractor Repairing ;j Kearns Burkholder ,nom-ine- 28-t- - - low-flun- g y Jn-tere- -- ,''' 3 i- - e -- ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 w s Qfe&GQfoty$foG&i& l'WVWWWWWWMArtW DICE i or destiny! Jackson Gregory Copyright I Dice cf 0 Ml Im ,T.1 AcJciCKaUrV' fih&mw (mCiOi ( I COPYRIGHT SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Senor don Antonio de la Guerra, wealthy Spanish .ranch owner on the American side.of the Mexican border, Is informed by nis American attorney that a technical error has been found in his will. The senor si ens a new document without reading it. CHAPTER II Teresa, "only grandchild of the senor, finds evidence of a struggle In the librarv and- her grandfather missing. The belief is that the senor has been carried across the border by Mexican rebels. Billy Stanway, Teresajs sweetheart, takes command of the situation and orders the servants and vaqueros to arm themselves. CHAPTER III Stanway, with twenty men, starts in pursuit of the rebels. They meet Eduardo Ramon Tone, kinsman of Teresa, who has been wounded, he claims, by the escaping rebels. CHAPTER IV Stanway loses the rebels trail and returns to the hacienda. Teresa shows him the copy of the new will which she has found and which leaves all the property to Torre. CHAP.TER V An emissary from the rebels arrives with the news that the senor Is well and is being held for $20,000 ransom. Torre tries to assume authority as the heir, but Stanway takes command of the situation. CHAPTER "VT Dempton, the senor's lawyer, is brought to the hacienda at" Stairway's order and is accused of having received pay from Torre for altering the senor's viill. CHAPTER VII Torre, who has been detained under guard by Stanway, admits that he Is responsible for the senor's disappearance. He demands $20,000 to renounce all claim to the estate and. to return the senor unharmed. Refusal will mean the senor's death within 24 hours. CHAPTER VIII The hacienda Is attacked in the night on a signal given by Torre from within. He is foiled in his attempt to escape. CHAPTER IX In the confusion, Teresa Is abducted and several of her attendants are found wounded. Torre admits he is responsible for Teresa's disappearance, and raises his demands to $50,000. Stanway starts in search of Teresa. CHAPTER X Stanway is mystified about a key of the senor's which no one appears to know the use of. He believes it "will unlock the door behind which the senor and Teresa are hidden. CHAPTER XI Stanway finds secret passage in the house which he a believes leads to the place where the captives are held. He starts in search of them. CHAPTER xn The senor and Teresa are found unharmed. The senor parleys wiui Morre, ana me latter, nnatng mm-sebeaten, accepts the senor's offer of a gambler's chance. CHAPTER XHI The dice box is handed to Torre. If he wins he is to go free, if he loses he is to be given a lame horse with which to cross the border. He loses. CHAPTER XIV The senor gives his consent to the marriage of Teresa and Stanway. lf 1 ' CHAPTER I. 9empton, his errand done, was already upon his feet, his eyes roving for the hat which Pedro had taken from him a few minutes ago. "But," cried De la Guerra, "you are upon the great mahogany table, to- not going back tonight, senor? Surely bacco and papers upon the small ma- you would not think of putting my hogany table, withdrew silently, as hospitality so to shame! You must was his way, swiftly, as was his train- spend the night with us." Dempton's eye had found his hat ing. His old master, Senor don Antonio and he speedily crossed the room to de la Guerra, looking as genuinely an- take It up. black coat, ."Thank you, Mr. de la Guerra," hev tique In his boots and curled small, white hair and mustache as any article of the antique furniture in the vast drawing room of the hacienda, III turned his lively black eyes upon his An Error Rectified. Pedro, the mestizo, having lighted the wax tapers in the massive candlesticks, having placed bottle and glasses high-heele- d after the candles are lighted, senor." trust them. That Demj ton hns the eyes of a rat, the face of a liar, the manner of a convict Americanos on the one hand, Mexicanos on thd other! Sangre de DIos! I must .take Tereslta away from them. Pedro 1" "SI, senor." "Where is the senorita?" "In her rooms, I think, senor." "Bueno. Convey to her my affectionate compliments, and tell her that r adding a I shall "be for the certain note to my American memoirs. After that I shall be pleased if she will come to me." "Si, senor." Swift and silent, Pedro went upon his errand. Senor don Antonio de la Guerra, pushing the will to one side, drew a thick manuscript from the table drawer, and, writing In a fine,' scholarly hand, began to add certain highly insulting commentaries to the chapter dealing with the vitriolic description of the character of "Los Americanos." (The book he planned to print in Spain.) Meantime the Senorita Teresa de la Guerra, his demure granddaughter, was not in hers room but upon her balcony, and the little moonlight, bright about her, was not more bright than the laughing eyes she turned downward toward the adoring face of an Americano! You cannot half-hourose-twine- d Oke real liquid sunlight is Hanna's Green Seal Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in din"-giness- i ! , CHAPTER Abduction. II. v It makes homes look cleaner an35 more attractive, it preserves them from decay, an? when one home in the neighborhood is "Green' Seal-ed- " all those surrounding it are certain to catcE tKe. same spirit of "Clean Up and Paint Ug." jFonmuIft contact with. "You will forgive the rudeness of an old man, Senor Dempton," he softly, his English perfect, his u. still the honeyed speech of Castile, "but may I ask you to understand that I know nothing of what you Americanos call business? And that I have no wish to learn? That is why I place these matters in the hands of anattorney." He bowed after the way of the old school, and ended, smiling, ce guest Pm 1 '111 III Sfcfffi ft lifeWII "In the hands of a thoroughly competent attorney, senor." Dempton, a little man with a rest- BillSlSI less, nervous manner and eyes like a rat's, shifted in his chair, cleared his throat and thanked his patron, looking pleased on the whole. "This is a very important matter, Mr. de la Guerra " he offered,,a trifle hesitantly and with keen eyes upon WHEN Senor de la wealthy Spanish land owner on the American side of the Mexican border, suddenly disappeared one night, all the evidence pointed to Mexican rebels as the abductors. Billy Stanway's suspicions that things were not just as they seemed caused him to take a long chance to find the missing man and capture the guilty parties. The success of his plan is entertainingly told in our new serial DICE OF DESTINY Keep on the Lookout for the Opening Installment! ......l t . Dice of Destiny A desperate game of love between a young American rancher and a Mexican that required quick wits send a brave heart. Our New Serial It's To Good to Miss! " ' his host. "To be sure," the old man cut In Impatiently, though with no 'lessening of the courtesy of his speech. "A will is always important." He leaned forward, poured himself a glass of the red southern wine, lifted it so that the still candle flames shone in it brightly, and drank slowly. Already Dempton had been asked to drink, as he was always asked when he came to the Rancho de la Guerra ; already he had refused, as he always & refused. The old man set down his glass and took tobacco and fine white paper from the tray upon the smaller table, his steady, slim white hands making the cigarette swiftly. "You say, Senor Dempton," he said when he had lighted a paper lighter at the nearest candlestick, "that you have found a flaw in the original will?" "Yes, sir." Dempton spoke hurriedly and ran on very much after the manner of a schoolboy who has gotten his lesson by heart and wants to "say" It before he forgets. "Only a small matter, a technical error, which might never be noticed. And yet there is a risk there Is danger that the will might eventually be set aside; because of it that your desires might come to naught ; In a word, that the Senorita Teresa, whom you wish to make yourole legatee might never come into the fortune you have willed to her. I have thought it best, sir, to draw up a new document." "You have done so?" Inquired the old Spaniard, his eyes musingly upon the thin wisp of smoke from the cigarette. Dempton slipped a red "Yes." hand Into his breast pocket 'If you will read it and sign it, sir if we can get the matter settled right away, destroying the original documents " "The details, Senor Dempton, I trust I may leave with you." De la Guerra, waved a white hand gracefully. "You have attended to my business for me for seventeen years now, and I have never found cause for criticism." "You do not even care to have me go into detail concerning the flaw which I allowed to creep in?" Dempton had leaned forward a little in his chair, Jils eager eyes upon the other's. De la Guerra laughed softly and shook his head. "You would force me to appear stupid." He put his hand upon the bell cord hanging from the edge of the big table and a bell tinkled from beyond the door. "Let me have the papers you wish me to sign." Pedro brought pen and ink, retreated upon another errand, and once more returned, bringing with him two of the other servants about the great adobe house to witness the signature. The old "man looked at the new will carelessly and signed carelessly, asking merely if the will were in all essentials the same as the original one. The servants withdrew with their master's thanks and loose silver, and De la Guerra, returning to Dempton one copy of the paper which was intended after his death to dispose of the hacienda, a great range heavily stocked and an indefinite sum In gold and silver, .folded the other and placed it uposL, the shlaing table top. . "I skall read it' tomorrow," he said lightly. "You kaow tkat I do' not read "Thank You, Mr. de la Guerra." said hastily. "But I must return to La Panza immediately." He managed a bow with a poor trial at the Spaniard's dignified grace, put out his hand quickly as though to have the farewells over and done with, and retreated to the door which gave passageway through the three-foo- t adobe walls from the drawing room to the patio. De la Guerra looked at him with a curious smile. "You are incomprehensible, you Americanos," he said, softly. "You will insist on riding a dozen miles through the dark when there is a warm bed and bright candle light inviting you to stay. Your business must be urgent, Mr. Dempton, to take you out tonight alone. Your ride is n6t without danger, and " He put his hand again to the bell cord. The hacienda where Antonio de la Guerra had lived for the flfty,-od- d years of his exile from his beloved Spain, where his granddaughter had been born and reared, was one of the landmavks which linger on in stately white walls under dark red tiles from the time of the Spanish occupation. The old Spaniard was overlord of what had once been a grant from his grandfather's king, the boundaries carelessly marked 'in leagues instead of miles. He bred cattle and fine horses, Gaucho Morales, his foreman, with the business details, and yet managed, so large and fertile was his empire, to go on from year to year swell. ing his wealth. The house, with none of its walls less than three feet thick, with great, spacious rooms, spread out across a wide extent of the shaded land among the olive and pear and pepper trees. In the time of the father .of Antonio de la Guerra there had been fourteen rooms-no- w there were twenty. No less could suffice for the master of the estate and his cherished granddaughter. There was the patio with its flowering garden and leaping fountain. About it were the rooms, all on the ground floor with the exception of the three rooms added by the old man for the use of la senorita. Here at the southeastern exposure of the rambling dwelling, a wide and winding staircase had been constructed to lead upward to a spacious landing. Then came broad doors, a deep window, and beyond the senorita's private sitting room. Her bedroom was with much ornate embellishment after the Moorish fashion, and a lavish display of gilt under the wide-verandaed on Every Package THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, Columbia, Ky EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and (American Fence:- Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated , CC- S- ll6Caat Matkel Street Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. $$xx$($$ $ $xsx$$e W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS FIBJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE-INSURANC- E high-ceile- d, "At least, if you insist, you must allow me to send some of my vaqueros with you." "No, no !" cried Dempton, already at the door. "It is unnecessary, Mr. de la Guerra. There is no danger." "As you will.' Senor don Antonio spread out his white hands"and lifted his shoulders, slightly. "But you must remember that we are only half a mile from the border, and that those rascally Mexicans are a thieving, treacherous lot "I have already given orders to close-hermy steers, and yet Gaucho, my foreman, reported to me this morning that the rebels had crossed over and had driven off half a dozen cows for me." Again he spread out his hands and lifted his shoulders. "In the daylight it is one thng after dark it Is another. I should be glad to send some of my vaqueros with ypu, senor." Still Dempton protested. There was a moon, his way ran across' a wide open level land, and the rebels were not looking for complications with me." d each night Pedro lay across his mistress' doorway. And then the balcony. Teresa must pick up her skirts daintily to step out through the deep windows to It from her bedroom, and once there she was all but lost behind the bank of flowering roses, swallowed by a dim dusk through which the moon had difficulty in filtering, lapped in the perfume of the flowers which clung about the balcony in the warm June night. And from here, while her scholarly grandfather annotated his remarks concerning the hated Americano, Teresa leaned out, her beauty as soft and delicate a thing as that of the rose brushing her cheek, and talked with one particular Americano. "Make me some pretty speeches, Senor Billy," she laughed softly. "They float up to me here through the moonlight like the perfume from red roses !" She had drawn her mantilla closely about her for no other reason in the wprld but to tantalize theunan "below her by hiding herself from him, and there was only her voice and the vague outljne of her young body through the vines to tell him that she was, there. But to her 'his face, uplifted in the moonlight, flushed and eager, was unhidden. "You are a flirt!" he cried, seeking ,to make his voice savage and angry, and succeeding admirably in filling it with adoration. . "But no," she answered hlnrfrom the dusk about her. "That Is to be cruel. And I I am sp that to make one suffei- - would distress soft-hearte- domed roof. Upon the landing a couch where THAT INSURES" COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Campbellsville Main and Depot Hotel Streets. W? H. WILSON, We Prop; cater especially to Commercial Travellers. Electric ".Lights, .Baths, and Free Sample Eooms. RATES S2.00 PER JDAY. Jampbellsville enfucky . ,. ;OeK?Oi 3LO"S" S Columbia Barber Shop ? &&; zfc 3fr ye 3L.O"WE tl Uncle Sam. De la Guerra, too courteous a host to insist, smiled gravely, rose and went into the patio with the lawyer, directing Pedro to have Mr. Dempton's horse brought up from the stables. "Miss Teresa, I did not see her," Dempton remembered to say from the saddle. "She is well, I hope?" "Very well, thank you, senor. I shall tell her that you inquired. And it was kind of you to take this long ride to tell me about the mistake in the will." "Good night, Mr. de la Guerra. "Buenas noches, senor." And Lawyer Dempton, 'his horse's mane and tail flying, was on his way, through the moonlight night, and the old man, leaving Pedro to close the door after him, had 'gone back to his chair and wIdp jindjClgarettee. ""Los American s,'The Blattered whea be was aleae agam, "they &r$all aUkt. marry you!" ( She laughed gayly at his impetuous declaration. "It would be like a play," she sala after a little as though she were thinking seriously of what he hatf.said ho would do. "It would Interest me to 13 see. Papa grande would be very poHOTJISyiLLE KENTUCKY. lite and would ask Senor Billy to have - ' Capital, Surplus ant) Undivided Profits Over a glass of wine and a cigarita. One MHIIor Boilars.- rU "And then" the laughter welling up ActaasSxecutor. Administrator. Guardian. Agonti Cejamittee&Hd Trustee, aad catt'WiH again in the eyes lie could not see, !, no u iiu jr in ujeiatace t trilling Jn the voice which dropped (. Pays 3 per cent per or Xiete Depeatts. down to him 'Tie would call Pedro ANGKRBUA. GRATi.Trea.. STlTHS.fPresMeot. JOHN A; Gi S1TrH.S&' and1 old Juan to take you outside and guns!" 0 shoot yoii with their, "Afid'yoa find that funny?" deaaasd-w ed StaBway. Give Us'Xomr Order for that'Job. Work "ft'lt-aot- ? It is like the otter Sfl11 Work: "If you roll yourVs at me like that again," Stanway told her very positively, "I am going right in and tell the old gentleman that I aVn going to X AlSanltary Shop, where both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guarauteedu i a3KKKXKKi Give us a Trial and be kH&. Trust Convinced'.- - The Louisville GO. Am Up-to-da- te I1' vi Oo&eki&ed on page 6 i A ADAIR COUNTS'. NEWS The present year promises to David Blakeman, 71 years-old- , Under Shell fire and gas for threo be the greatest in hisjtory of the died at his home in Green county. weeks, the buildings in which he ran his canteen hit six times, and finallsr movement for the improvement Mrs. John Leaman died at her I knocked out by a shell which, and maintenance o f public killed four men, wounded thirty and home in the Bellwood section of put him In a hospital for two months; h.i g ti w a ys o t t h elU n i ted Guy A. Willis, a Grand Rapids, Mrclt, lumberman, has returned on crutches States. A joint committee of con- Nelson county of tuberculosis. gress is engaged in an investigaEdward Trainor, 52 years old, tion of the feasibility of federal died at the home of his brother, aid in the construction, improve- John Trainor, near Cecilville, in ment and maintenance of public Washington county. highways, and a number of .the John Wallingford, a prominent State Legislatures are considering Certain-tee- d good road legislation. Too much Nelson county farmer, died at BBBBBBBBBjBbBBBBBSS stress cannot be faidjupon the im- his home near Fairfield. His Certain-tee- d saves war sapplies, because it is portance of maintenance .in con wife and four children survive. which have no use in war promade of materials nection with the work improving The marriage of Miss Brooke' ducts. It serves war needs because it provides our the roads. The people in nearly armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, all the States are filled with Muir, of Bloomfield, and Lieut. economical roofing. enthusiasm for road improvement Harry Porter Rumbadge, of VirCertain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so and are spending enormous sums ginia, was recently solemnized compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to it requires the minimum time to load and unload. iandle that of money in the construction of in Louisville. N Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less goods roads, and yetjalmost with Fire destroyed three buildings time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required out exception they are making anyone who will follow the simple directions that come in Danville last Saturday mornpacked in the center of roll can lay it correctly. little provision to care for the Faulcon-er- , are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-teeroads after they are built. This ing belonging to E. P. enormous sale. It is now the standard roof Ver, as proved by its Sr. He had no insurance on is true, not only in the various for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, " warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc counties, but under many of our the property. Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to State 'highway departments. Mrs. Nancy White, 75 years thickness. Sold by best "dealers everywhere. To maintain the roadB in good con" old, died at the home of her Certain-tee- d Products Corporation 1 dition, year after year, .requires Office & Wsrebonte in Principal Citie of America daughter, Mrs. W. D. Coulter, Manufacturer of a considerable annual outlay, but Certain-tee- d Paints Varnishes-Roofi- ng this outlay is indefinitely less at Tatum Springs, after a long than the loss which must .fall up- illness of complicated diseases. Goods on people eventually if they allow'. She is survived by three daughBicycles, GUY A. WILLIS. their roads to go to utter ruin ters and two sons. from. France, evidence of the zeal The thing for all advocates of Mrs. Harry McDonald died at with which T. M. C. A. canteen men good roads to do is to urge conworked with the troops In the St her home in Akron, Ohio, of and Argonne drives. tinuous, systematic maintenance Willis was attached to the Three and the setting aside every year heart trouble, following influen Hundred and Fifty-fiftregiment, Eighty-nintdivision. In the Toul sec-of an amount per mile estimated za. Mrs. McDonald, before her tor, which the division held until the by engineer in charge to be suffi-ce- marriage, Miss Lizzie St. Mihlel drive began, WIUIs Y. M. was canteen near KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLS for the proper maintenance Coomes, of Bardstown, where A. outfit had a and one of hisMont Sec, at Beaumont, pleasant of the road, a course which must the body was brought for burial. Jobs was to drive almost daily around! famous Dead Man's curve on trips t tle economy and efficiency- to get supplies for his canteen. "Willis A wife will insist that her hus- town and from house to house to you can be prompt. If you agree make for Mrs. Ida Keeling, wife of BJ entered Benny, in the St. Mihlel driv i band shall not go out of the work up some society or church to meet a person at a certain Teething babies always have a hard D. Keeling, formerly of Wash- three hours after the Germans had; .! been thrown out of It. house cold, raw days without enterprise with nothing on her time, be promptly on .hand. time of it when this process occurs in ington county, died at her home pad and head but a little sauce pan of a Don't run away from a debt. hot weather. They not only have to two unbershirts, a liver French Tribute to "Y." jind a muffler on, in addition to hat, and shoes not thicker than Be prompt to meet your creditor, contend with painful gums but the in Frost Proof, Fla., following a John K. Mott, general secretary; of, work council of the national his regular clothes. Yet, as soon a newspaper. Isn't this so? if but to' explain your reason for stomach is disordered, bowels loose lingering illness. The body was M. 0. A--, war been made a, chevalier T. has rf being unable to meet your and the body uncomfortable. The brought to her former home for the Legion of Honor. as he is safely down town she 4 best help you can give the little sufferwill rush out of the hot kitchen No man can expect to succeed obligation. Promptness is the burial. er is McGEE'S BABY, ELIXIR. It Who wouldn't be a farmer? to who is not prompt in meeting keynote to establishing confid d and corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets C- - D. Chick, who has been There is just one trouble, onlyl hang out clothes, so as to get ever emergency. If you make a dence. Be prompt in all things. the bowels and helps digestion. Sold principal of the Perryville Grad- the farmers know how to farm. of the woman next door; promise be prompt to fulfill it That established, a man has a by Paull Drug Co. Adv ed school for some time, has re There are thousands who would or. she will tramp off down J Don't make a promise unle fair start toward final success. Main Points in Message of Pres- stoned, his resignation to become like to quit the towns and cities Sand emigrate to the country and ident Wilson. effective at the close of the ses pose tnemselves of broad, fersion. It is understood that Mr. tile fields, and proceed to make Recommends repeal of war- Chick has accepted a call to the two blades of this, that or the time prohibition law so far as it pastorate of the Baptist church other of gras3 grow where one applies to wine and beer only. at Salem. or none grew before, and this m Announces definitely that rail proposition presents that it takes Our Casualty List. road systems and telephone and from two to twenty -- years - to telegraph lines will be returned learn how to farm (som2 folk All of the American soldiers cap? to private ownership and asks never learn), and within such a tured by Germany during the war legislation to make easier period bankruptcy might occurs have now been released, and the by the necessitated several times over. But if all of nearly us cannot be farmers, is War Department change. all through with the taskof checking pan admire Urges revision of war taxes, d the over the names of those hereto- son of toil and rejoice with the particularly to abolish manufact' and present great prosperity. He is urers and retail sales excises. fore reported as "missing chronicling those not heard from the bulwark of the nation and Outlines program respecting as among the " dead " . the salt of' the earth. labor. Although minor changes are Asks enactment of constitutionA regular morning: operation of tb.3 al amendment for woman's suf- slill possible, we learn that the to in the war are bowels puts you in fine shape for the tals of casualties frage. complete enotgh to be considered day's work. If you miss it you feel Recommends tariff laws be uncomfortable and'eannot put vim Inin WMMiMMmm with teeth to protect Amer- accurate. The total American casto your movements. For all bowel irican industry against foreign at ualties then were 274,899, of regularities HERBINE is the remedy. whom 74,169 are dead. One of the tack. It purifiies, strengthens and regulataa your smok.etaste, WW& most gratifying features of the Sold by Paull Drag Co. IAY M i, Adv. Legislation sought to facilitate latest report is the announcement American euterprise through ex? listening post and you'll that out of the 210,166 wounded The widow of Grover Cleveland pansion of shipping. get the Prince Albert call, all right IllllllllllllPii'i'jil- - You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and men as many as 85 per cent, are comes out.against woman, s suf tfacKs secretary iane s prollllllllllllllllllllllllUJtS Ceorrlcht lilB b. expected to reach complete recov- frage. " get .so much tobacco joy out of every R. J. uBp', Tobacco Co. gram for landgrants for returning puff you'll wish you had been born ery The number of men crippled llllllljpw frf Ki&:t soldiers. twins! For, Prince Albert puts over a turn for life will, therefore, be comRegarding League of Nations paratively small, although we new to every man fond of a pipe or a home made cigarette. It wins your glad'hand comand Paris Peace Conference,mes-sag- e have crippled soldiers and we WELL DRILLER pletely. That's because has the quality! declares it wotld be prema- must not forget them. And, right behind this quality flavor and quality frature to discuss them at present or The official, tables show that I will drill wells in Adair and grance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch to . express judgment. the Americanlosses were,not the adjoining counties. See. me b which is cut out by pur exclusive patented process. Latest imwhole, heavy. They are ao much fore contracting. We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy r Ifa pipe or makin's cigarette without a comeback I umalier than the loseea of some of proved machinery of all kinda-- . Nelice. Pump Repairing Done. Giv Toppy red hags, tidy red tins, handsome pemd and .W. B. Helm, dentist, of Gr&nburg.' the other nations that were in the half pemnd tin hmmdon and that clever, practical war-- f rom the startrthac they seem me a Call. wiUvextfact twth with gas. ' pound crystal gias humidor wekh sponge moistener &P fcrtBC Kstfwjw9 iW IMMH iff MKA BrfMi CvRvffNIn ' r' ) f l)r W. B. Helm.tiui.ville T'ti.iT i.T7. Xil JJrJflUJ S t'l 'w c'np 1 X t k TCP - ' . .. & r & RtyaoW Tobacco Co,, WiuatonSfttafi. I.1. Certain teed renders a war service. ' Maintain tha Rflads. State News. ! WOUNDED BY SHELL THAT KILLED FOUR HEM feral JSiF -- fe ---- d N I WW . HSMmBW4MHI I Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Sporting ' ' S. M. SANDERS & CO. TILLE, MI-hl- el h , ! . h nt a bare-heade- bare-arme- ad - - SfiillfSflW.. j horny-hande- il f i ira a iai i XmmKmeimaBm i sup-pli- ed li Alt!! .mmMMWHBW Key-ol-ds 77. " liliilir it v i sy jmmsBsmm i9ft'li&rv f it b - yv 25-3m . -- - ti .-,. Gnjfecwburi.," Ky. i Pac .vJ-tVAIi- &'& $1; v $ GradyvIIie, ?? U; THE ADAIR QOUNTY NEW8 , dlegut' week. . ffe haTKt'fine wiatner ior "u.i 4 .. .. 'T-jf- W0RJHMORE BRAND BOYSOVEKALLS j .f v, 'l t cBc. SI Simmons is spending a" '."AMERICA'S ew5ays week, and Cov-rigtoa-t- his last fH. Fielders spentColumbia. Snnday in Sat-narriaF-a- nd ..Uncle. Charlie Yates was rtb-eaic- on able boys garment; guaranteed the, service demanded. Made. of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with seams, featuring solid brass buttons elastic suspenders. , They resist the strains, twists and pulls of hard use-t- he extra full cut size insures long 's servicethey're a pride and a r trijple-lock-stitch- ed and-heavy Best" '4 ft heavy, durable, economical, depend pleasure.-"America- list for a few days oi well-know- Mast week. n Hodges, the ... :;Jfr. n of Louisville, was his trade at this place timst vweek. CEev. Vance and Amos Keltner District Conference ft i'oaatain Run last week. ' L. B. Cain was on the sick list sz, day or so of last week. Mrs. C. 0. Moss and two sons. Sttd. jMiss Mollie JFlowers are speeding this week in Louisville. lr3. JS. R. Baker and Miss iJDaisyi&eltner visited relatives', so.of last week in the a. dzj-Q.community of Pettis Fork. W. P. Flowers IsIIspend-rlc- s this week with her daughter, mm Best." The Ford Motor Company have instructed itnan . call-iiag.o- p:w3kHHHK our iwfwWStJl Parts to any and every reliable. Garage who will pledge their, use in the repair of the Ford cars. The genuine Ford Parts are absolutely necessary to the owner of Ford cars that he may get full service from his car. We carry them and so, we hope, in a us to sell the genuine vFord ' ' T short timewill every reliable Garage. TV 3 solicit your service business because we have the Ford - Methods, the Ford Parts, the Ford MeIncidentally we chanics and the Ford prices. would be glad to" get your order for one or more Ford crs. L Jrs. ' Every seam is triple-loc-stitche- d. 1 3rs. W. E. McCandless at JBqw-iin- g Manufactured by THE BUCHANANLYON GO., Incorporated Green. Arby Sparks and Bingham Harper are spending a few days tsX Campbells ville this week, ev. B. T. Watson, of Colum-hbistopped over for the night linour city, while en route ,for 1 Edmonton last Friday, Miss Maude Wilmore has been .confined to her room for two creeks with tonsilitis. We are :glad to note she is improving at j this time. Mr. Thos. Coffey, of Columbia, caUedvin to see us on his return from "East ork. Bro. Coffey informed us that he had three places that he spent his time at 2QWj$Jays, aDd th2 were Columbia, East Fork and Lebanon. He iis looking well for a man of his ' -- J. ZINSMEISTER & SONS LOUISVILLE, INCORPORATED Campbellsville, Ky. Columbia, Kentucky. . KENTUCKY Christian church at Jamestown, at this writing. Prof. Cassady, an evangelist singer, 4ias charge of the song service. Large crowds attend each service and great interest is being manifest ed. D. G. Grider sold 7 pigs to Elmer Blair for $20.00; 2 shoats to a, Messrs. W. T. Dohoney, G. T. Elqwers and J. T. Hughes was appointed to spe after all the neccessary improvements about the cemetery. There were fifty dollars subscribed in a few minis a utes by the ones present.-This VETERINARY DR. J. W. RAFFERTY ounty Live Stock Inspector Pellyton, Kentucky matter that we should all be in- terested in and donate freely to this" committee and let the work be pushed to a finish. We would say to those who live away from here that have dear ones laid to rest there, just send what ever you want to either 61 the committee and it will be app'ro-piateat the right place. d fiT .age. While in coversation a few Phelp3 Bros., of Columbia, and days ago with my neighbor and . Lu B. Cain, of our city, left and friend George. W. Dudley Sold.by the Jefferies Hardware Store tweaVy-fiv- e hundred dollars with who lost his dear companion, H3 last Wednesday for hogs they inst n fpw mnnt.fcs acm T Stated but with a few oretty days, all M soon be well. Corn that is csdesfed at this place at prices that his falnily had been greatly rGm.$1.75 of the Louisville mar-ike- t. Blessed in health; that he had to up is looking well. They certainly recieved a day living 13 Children 36 grandOats and grass are looking .bunch of hogs. children and one great grand well. Most of the wheat is lookOur good ladies of our town put child. Fifty of this good family ing fairly well at this time. " a several days of last week living to day only two deaths in H. K. Alexander, W.. I. Bart- family. cS&nlng, efcesjieg and making the entire Chestnut, gro leson and cherry preserves. We are all misYour reporter has been afflicted cery men, were calling on .our taken about it being a total fail- - for the past thirty days like unto merchants lately. vare about the fruit proposition. poor old Job of old, scarcely able Mr. C. .M. JGaines and two -- itnin eliteliN win3p?pe f'FTWfc'Q U A few drops In the drinking water cures A prevents white VJ"9L& and diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine.- Pint bottle, price $1.20, makes 32 gallons. At druggists, or tent by mall postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. ..Baurben Poultry Remedy L OP OncDrop QtfO Abe Dowell for $30.00, and 1 heifer to Willis Blakey for $42.50. Also C. 0. Helm sold 2 shoats to Abe Dowell at 15Jc per lb. Grover Aaron bought a house greater part of last week visitand 7 acres of land off theJW. ing friends at Columbia, and her aunt, Mrs. Jesse L. Murrell, at J. Lawless farm, for $500. Lebanon. Mr. Ernest Barger has opened a barber shop in the Patterson STRGEONS agree that in cases of Hotel, at Jamestown. As Mr. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the s Barger is a barber we FIST TKEATMEMT Is most imporsee no reason why he should not tant. When an EFFICIENT anti septic is applied promptly, there is no command a large patronage. danger of infection and the wound be We understand he will be in his gins to heal at once. For use on man shop principally on Saturday and or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING public days for the present. AGENT. Sold By Paull Drug Co." Mrs. D. G. Grider spent the first-clas-- Adv. auJ SMfr9"6"Q"944"84"Q"fr 4444444444444 4 ; 4 STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE Latest in Capes Waists, Plain f and Fancy Dress 4. v. ' SilKs. FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. We :are glad to note that we to raise his right arm. granddaughter, Stella and Mary, a: 'good many cherries and .ftave spent a. part of last week visitQuite a lot of plums and a few ing the former's sister, Mrs. LizOwcrisby. ' peaches and apples zie M6Clure, who lives near Al- tiir. S. Lewis and son of Owing to the rainy weather hariy. . 'Columbia, made our town one Rev. H. B.Guinn is, conduct the farmers are &y last week in the interest of behind TTJth their spring work, ing a series of,; meetings at the ertseng, may apple root and all n i kinds df produce. The young men 3trsdiberar buyers and we are them to call on,u8. MK Henry Parson and family .of jHuston ville 4was idling on lyDirect from Ike TROPICS-- It's Fit for tie KINGS. tthjeirsfriends in our city one day WASSATANis classed as the most desirable coffee ever the American trade, being. an extra large, light last ..week. Mr. Parson is in the uniform size. This, coffee .comes to ,you Wmmaam centered berry of lou per cent pure not mixed or Dienaea milling ijuisness in his town and it is so heavjw ladened with that rich, lu- , itxgoo without saying that he wmUMKKkrli cious, tropical navor, possessing sucn liciaus fragrance and aroma that it should liiaa.agood business for we know justly De termed tne cottee . tUkjnd of .flour he puts out "SUPREME." rich, wmmmmmss&sAri vfl.,' ' One'" cup of this coffee vwkip,. hei run the mill at this n jlf C clear . 4 4 4 4 4 f Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes. far -- af FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS andlDAVENPORTS. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. , y '' j. jSf-- -- gjlad-tbliave PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. i ..'., to -- mMKBMYrmmI IN ! II - aroma-lade- H&r,""'vX I '.The, .Decoratie.n tfairly well attended -- was m FS. .. at Union -and a; very interesting, sermon klieered by Dr. B. T. yiTatson. the woak had been dinner served, Dr. -- delight you. .Ka.lli.l . TRY IT. .. will certainly1 tr cbm-pT&e&a- nd that,, the people were not latiified with vtiS'SfiJEpe the canetery was in Misting of jmitfc coowttie -- Watm disco vrtd PHhHHHnP9B ROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY J. Zinsmeister & Sons, twf Louisville, Ky. 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray 4 4 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky 4 4 4 ,444444444444 444444444444 "... . Phone Noc. 12. v m in'-- . 1 Next-DooraoiT- Adair'Courily NewIOffice. - v ., -